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    Posted 1 March

    Croner-i becomes BIBA Associate Member

    Croner-i has joined the British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) as an Associate Member.

    As a specialist provider in business support for tax, audit, accounting, human resources and health and safety, Croner-i helps companies comply with the law, achieve and maintain best practice, and operate more effectively for staff and clients alike.

    Croner-i joins BIBA at an unprecedented time when there are a multitude of changes to the law and the way businesses operate, and they are aiming to support BIBA members with high quality guidance.

    On joining BIBA,  Ben Chaplin, Managing Director of Croner-i said: “We look forward to providing brokers and their customers with up to date legal information to help them manage their staff, finances and taxes so that they can grow and prosper even during these challenging times.”

    Steve White, BIBA’s Chief Executive, concluded: “The business environment is facing many changes at the moment so we are pleased to welcome an organisation like Croner-i on board who can support brokers with their specialist knowledge.”


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